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Oregon Institute for Patient-Centered Comparative Effectiveness (ICE)

The Oregon Institute for Patient-Centered Comparative Effectiveness (ICE) offers training and career development opportunities for those investigators interested in conducting comparative effectiveness research and patient-centered outcomes research (CER/PCOR).

 

Current CER Training Opportunities


Annual Research Intensive - A comprehensive course open to all MD/PhD level investigators interested in conducting CER/PCOR. Learn more about the Intensive

Evidence to Implementation (E2I) Journal Club - A monthly journal club open to anyone in the local research community interested in discussing current articles and issues in CER/PCOR. Learn more about the E2I Journal Club 

Patient-Centered Comparative Effectiveness K12 - A training grant supporting the development of four junior investigators in CER/PCOR. Learn more about the CER K12 Program

ICE Spotlight

Jessica Weiss

Congratulations to our K12 scholar, Jessica Weiss, for receiving an NIH R03 for her proposal, "Predicting Mortality in Older Adults with Kidney Disease: A pragmatic risk score."
Learn more about our K12 scholars